Tuesday, November 16, 2010


...Also known as the pineapple guava.

I have been getting these for 2 weeks in our CSA box and they were a mystery to me. But after cutting into them and tasting them I love them! I hope they continue to be in our box for weeks to come! They have a tough, leathery skin but the inside is soft and delicious. They taste exactly like their name...pineapple guava! Sweet and tangy. This week I am going to add the pulp to muffins, smoothies and whatever else sounds tempting. Last week we just cut them and ate them with a spoon.
I love trying new foods! Especially locally grown, fresh produce. These certainly did not disappoint.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

25 hours

We may not be sisters by blood, but we are sisters through marriage and I love them all! What better way to spend a whirl -wind 25 hours in San Francisco, than with these fun girls?

I arrived in the City at 11:30 a.m. on thursday morning. We played and ate and talked and laughed all day and well into the night.

(at the theater, waiting to go in. We were the most colorful group there.)

There was food, always good food. There was dancing, Latin to be exact. There was jumping.
There was shopping. There were taxi rides, with prayers we would live. There was a musical at the theater. There were giggles. Lots of giggles. There were cab drivers. There were fancy outfits. There were colorful jackets. There were lots of photos taken. And there was more food.

(in the back of the cab, praying and holding on in hopes of a safe arrival to our destination).

(Kaylynn was a sport and sat in the front with our new friend, Kaz the -taxi-cab-driver.
We may or may not have gotten his number...but that's another story - and it's not what it sounds like).
(I love how happy we all look!
I'm not sure why we are crouching)

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

What we do...

...at soccer practice, while the big kids are on the field.

Ezra loves to entertain all of us by capturing life through his eyes...with my phone camera. I love it!